Tag: OpenGL ES


The PowerVR architecture is quick to support the latest technologies, and the Vulkan API is a case in point. Vulkan is a modern API that enables developers to gain ‘low-level’ access to underlying graphics hardware, ensuring that the performance of that hardware can be maximised. Any apps displaying large volumes of data such as navigation apps are a great use … Continued

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In this blog series we’re going to explain how to create cross-platform, cross-API graphics applications using the PowerVR Framework – all from one set of source code files! The series will be split into the following parts: PowerVR Framework: Getting started with the PVRApi Vulkan and OpenGL ES abstraction PowerVR Framework: Writing portable Vulkan and OpenGL ES 3.0/3.1 apps with … Continued

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Following over a year of intense work by leading hardware, game engine, and platform vendors brought together by the Khronos™ Group, v1.0 of the Vulkan™ graphics and compute API is now available. This new API has been designed for portability across multiple platforms, including desktop and mobile GPU architectures. With an unprecedented number of related materials being open source (including … Continued

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At GDC 2016, PowerVR continues to set the bar for high-end graphics in mobile thanks to the efficiency of the Rogue architecture. Here’s a preview of what we’re demonstrating, in pictures. Real-time ray tracing on mobile and console The first demonstration at the event comes from the PowerVR Ray Tracing team. For those who are not yet familiar with our … Continued

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Welcome to the last blog post in the series! You might notice that it’s a bit late – this has been sitting mostly complete on my account for months, but with the Vulkan release taking up a lot of my time, I’m afraid it got neglected! Well, finally we’ll be looking at why Vulkan is a better fit to hardware than previous generation APIs, and I’ll be … Continued

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With our world-leading PowerVR GPUs already in the hands of over 2 billion users, Imagination delivers the leading solutions for mobile, AR/VR, and other embedded graphics platforms. At this year’s Game Developer Conference, we will be hosting a day of developer sessions on our PowerVR GR6500 ray tracing GPU and Vulkan. You can also visit our booth (#1902) at the GDC … Continued

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